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are mostly authorized by section 215 of the patriot act. specifically, section 215 permits the f.b.i. to seek a court order directing a business to turn over certain records when there are reasonable grounds to believe that the information sought is relevant to an authorized investigation of international terrorism. madam president, relevance has been found by the courts to be a broad standard that, in effect, allows large volumes of data to be collected. these same records can be combed through in order to identify smaller amounts of information that are relevant to an ongoing investigation. so to put it in other words, it's been aestablished that section 215 allows for massive amounts of data to be collected in order to find the fine knee amount of data that would solve an investigation regarding international terrorism. the courts reason that this is permitted because, when submitted, it is likely that the data will produce information that will then help the f.b.i. millions of americans' call records are collected and stored by the n.s.a. because a few numbers may solve an authorized inve
and wounded as he was leaving the same bar. >> now we are going to an fbi news conference on the shooting at lax. >> the support of the complaint which describes the fatal shooting of an on duty tsa officer and the wounding of two uniformed on duty tsa employees when the passenger all of whom sustained gunshot wounds. specifically we allege that at approximately 9:20 a.m., the defendant entered terminal and approached the tsa check point. he is alleged to have pulled a smith and wesson mp 15 assault rifle out of his bag and multiple rounds. standing on duty and in uniform, severely wounding officer hernandez. then alleged to have begun walking away from the wounded tsa officer going up an escalator and then coming back down the escalator to return and shoot the wounded officer again. officer hernandez was fatally wounded in the gunfire. the defendant then moved -- >> again you are taking a listen into this fbi news conference in los angeles about the lax shooting yesterday. the fbi is updating the situation that unfolded and we always have the latest on abc 7 news.com. if we are not on th
to hear something like that. so the fbi says that they are going to build a full profile of paul ciancia to see exactly what did drive him to do this. he's lived in los angeles about a year and a half, originally from pennsville new jersey. nobody yet has said that there was any signal that he was going to do this or it would happen. >> what happens next in the fbi's investigation? >> they'll go over - you know, where he lives, talking to his friends, his family, electronic communications, where he got the gun, how he got to the airport. we are told he was dropped off. probably the fbi knows who dropped him off. everything from a to b they will go over, including every shell casing, where the ammunition came from. if you think of it, they'll look into it. >> a lot of work to do and a lot of questions. >> healthcare.gov is going offline for maintenance tonight in about an hour. that's the website used to sign up for insurance under president obama's health care laup. the department of health and human services said it will be down 9 o'clock eastern to sunday night at 9. people can sign up
. >> the fbi is reviewing video that shows his actions get the airport, but the agency is also asking the public to share digital media of the crime. >> airport police shot and wounded him ending the rampage. >> at this point, he is unresponsive and we are unable to interview him. >> he was not a ticketed passenger, but authorities are saying he dropped them off at the airport. if convicted, he faces the possibility of life without parole or even the death penalty. >> airport police said they recently practice their response for an event like this last week. >> to maryland state troopers recovering after their cruiser was struck during a robbery investigation. the collision happened early yesterday on a convenience store on route 152. investigators say the patrol car was flashing lights was hit from behind. trina emery of edgewood was driving that car. the trooper was inside the vehicle at the time and another trooper jumped out of the cruiser and down an embankment to get out of the way. dr. say their injuries are minor . >>> well, it started with an online advertisement. a man looki
a murder chances against anthony ciancia -- ciancia. the fbi has found antigovernment writings allegedly penned by ciancia. >> on the floor. on the floor now! >> federal prosecutors are filing criminal charged against paul ciancia. he's charged with opening fire and killing gerardo hernandez and wounding others. filed multiple rounds at point- blank range. >> hernandez wife spoke to to reporters. >> he would have been 40 next week. i am devastated. >> a man who came face-to-face with the gunman said the suspect was looking for tsa employees. >> the shooter calmly walking down the corridor had his gun and looked at me and said tsa and i shook my head and he kept going. the fbi said law enforcement shot and wounded the gunman. a note on the suspect made his intend to harm the tsa clear. he addressed them in the letter and stated he wanted to "instill fear into their traitorous minds." >> law enforcement said ciancia originally from new jersey sent text messages to family saying he was unhappy and discouraged living in los angeles. >> it was to his little brother and they had concern about
more about the gunman. he still alive. the fbi says 23-year-old paul ciancia walked into the terminal and started shooting. he actually looked like he was targeting it sa agents. he would walk up to people and ask if he thrp tsa if they said no, he would let them go and leave the airport. when he was taken into custody evidently he had a handwritten note threatening the tsa. we now can see his pickerington. he is originally from new jersey. he evidently texted his brother saying he wanted to kill himself. while authorities look at that an yell. a neighbor who grew up with him in new jersey said he never saw this come. >> >> he was just a normal every day guy. friendly. evening right now i'm still trying to process about d. this really happen? did think get the wrong guy? if they told me they got the wrong guy that would make more sense to me. >> the fbi says they got the right guy at this point. the shooting disrupted air travel all day yesterday not only at lax but all across the country. if you are either flying into lax or out of lax you might want to check your airline to make sur
in the line of duty. >> i'm speechless. i'm shocked. >> reporter: and the shooter, the fbi releasing his picture over night. paul ciancia, an l.a. resident, who authorities say opened fire with a high-power rifle, inside terminal three friday morning. >> we have an active shooting in terminal three. >> reporter: witnesses describe a chaotic scene, saying he started shooting right outside the security checkpoint, as police raced in, he made it all the way to the back of the terminal, near the departure gate. passengers ducked for cover. some even hid in a bathroom stall. officers had their guns drawn, yelling at passengers to drop to the floor. >> everybody on the floor. on the floor, now. >> reporter: and after people ran as fast as they could -- >> go, go. >> reporter: the panic and lockdown that followed blocked accidents from getting close, causing rescuers to run hundreds of yards to get the wounded to safety. when the shooter ran out of bullets in one, he allegedly grabbed another. >> i heard gunshots. a few weekends later, i saw him come up the elevator, and walk about ten feet awa
with the fbi to prevent the two from poor -- forming a partnership and becoming all-powerful. if i were an organized crime, i can say this gangster is a threat to national security, and collection, but could not help us in our criminal case. 9/11, much was made about the culture of the agencies, and that was nonsense. spike and i formed partnership 1990's, and after these directives had gone out wouldcome law, nobody trust able legal, fundamental fact of our system, called the fourth amendment. when you're going to prosecute someone for a cruel case in the united states, the defendant is entitled to know how you investigate. how did you open it, what techniques did you use? wiretapping come a what was the basis of it? limited miniscule amount of information, the identity of a confidential informant that might have been used, could be withheld. defendant is a much entitled to everything. the agency is required to open the defense attorneys, to allow the defendant to see that. these directives, including the not, should did not, and will never address that. when we started to try to devel
wounded. and hundreds forced to run for safety. access to the airport, blocked the fbi confirmed the suspect's identity this, man, a 23-year-old paul ciancia of los angeles. federal agents questioned his parents in new jersey his father is a business owner. police say, there, rather, tell us the suspect sent his brother a text kath he may have been suicidal. ciancia was shot and wounded in terminal three. we begin with the developments in the abc7 newsroom. >> reporter: let's talk about the bag. inside investigators say they found a hand written note that said he wanted to kill tsa officers and pigs, referring to police. witnesses who saw him handle that rifle say it was obvious he was there to do a lot of damage. this video from tmz shows passengers running for safety the gunman began shooting inside lax. >> i'm looking at him, my wife. to tell they're okay. say three we're going run out of the door. i was waiting when he is pointing down. we're running. >> i look over by escalator. like 20 feet away. i see shell casings falling. i see shooting. >> reporter: the gunman moved
to run for safety. access to the airport, blocked the fbi confirmed the suspect's identity this, man, a 23-year-old paul ciancia of los angeles. federal agents questioned his parents in new jersey his father is a business owner. police say, there, rather, tell us the suspect sent his brother a text kath he may have been suicidal. ciancia was shot and wounded in terminal three. we begin with the developments in the abc7 newsroom. >> reporter: let's talk about the bag. inside investigators say they found a hand written note that said he wanted to kill tsa officers and pigs, referring to police. witnesses who saw him handle that rifle say it was obvious he was there to do a lot of damage. this video from tmz shows passengers running for safety the gunman began shooting inside lax. >> i'm looking at him, my wife. to tell they're okay. say three we're going run out of the door. i was waiting when he is pointing down. we're running. >> i look over by escalator. like 20 feet away. i see shell casings falling. i see shooting. >> reporter: the gunman moved to the screening station where pa
that is similar to what the fbi does in terms to having a national database of fingerprints of criminals. anytime one of those bugs is isolated, either from a human stool sample or from a food product, what happens is it goes into a network of laboratories that are capable of performing the fingerprints, using standardized methodology. changes in how food is grown and handled, increased international travel, people crammed togethe in unsanitary nditions-- all contribute to the emergence of these new and deadlier microbes, but there is another critical factor. david bennett: we now have the threat that our major tools, the antibiotics that we can treat bacterial infections, are being compromised. there's a lot of resistance to antibiotics, both in hospitals and communities, so we're very worried about what will happen there. and this means increased cost, and it also means in some cases we can't effectively treat some infections, or it's much more difficult to treat. stephen ostroff: so rapidly we have watched one after the next after the next of the easy-to-use, cheap, effective antibiotics sort
and letting them go if they were not. the police and fbi are not confirming to us that he had something against the tsa. zpl. the tsa officer who was killed apoors to bappears to be the fis shot. was at the podium checking credentials when he started. >> just until recently they used to have the airport police in front of the checking station. but they moved it in front of security so a officer can respond in seconds. this incident could have been a hot worsa -- lot worse if the or was stationed in the rear as they were a few weeks ago. >> we are looking at the video of people being moved thank you terminaterm -- through termina s there anything in particular that stood out about this suspect's nco? >> only that he was a white man. we heard he may have been wearing ca camouflage pants. he did say something, exactly what he said is unclear to me. >> i have been unable to speak to anybody who directly saw the incident. so i want to be a little careful here. in'i can't tell you what his moe was or what he said. >> brian rooney reporting from los angeles international airport. thank you for
employees and contractors, including many who work for the c.i.a., the f.b.i., the state department, and the defense department, i know from years of firsthand experience how agencies can sometimes use various forms of pressure and intimidation to keep employees from sharing information of concern with congress. i know the benghazi survivors and other witnesses that night need the protection of a friendly subpoena to compel their testimony before congress, particularly on matters as sensitive as this, in order to protect them. so far the committees have failed to provide this protection to allow survivors and other witnesses, to allow them to share their story publicly so the american people can hear them. based on disclosures in recent news reports, i now believe that the benghazi plot represents a significant intelligence failure by the united states at several levels. understanding these failures as well as the government's inexplicable response during and after the attack, is critical to preventing future attacks. i want to outline a number of apparent intelligence failures lead
for the fbi in their investigation? >> they'll be going through his entire background. everything from, you know, his friends, where he lived in new jersey. questions about where he got the gun, whether it was a legal wepon in california. there are restrictions about the construction of those kinds of weapons here, where he got the bullets, magazines. they'll go through his entire life before they bring this case to trial. >> brian rooney live at lax tonight. thank you. >> pakistan's enemy number one is dead. hakimullah mehsud was killed in a u.s. drone strike along with four others. the pakistani politicians across the spectrum are denouncing the killings, saying the strike derailed planned peace talks. >> the efforts have been ambushed. it was not acquired from the front. it was an ambush. we see it as an ambush. >> pakistani taliban fighters buried their leader and promised a wave of suicide bombings in revenge. pakistani lawmakers are demanding u.s. supply lines into afghanistan be blocked. >> the chief minister of the province is standing here with me. they have decided, god willing, t
it. that may just be because the n.y.p.d. is twice the size of the fbi. there's no police department who has the manpower, 35,000 people to create this kind of unit. they have the political will to do it. kerry sanchez, the sky from the cia testified before congress, nascar the n.y.p.d. does counterterrorism. one of the things he said to congress, we believe you can no longer look at activities that would traditionally be protected by the first and fourth amendments. we no longer look at them as protected by the first amendment. we have to look at them through the lens has been potential precursors to terror with them. nobody stopped to say, wait a minute, the n.y.p.d. is in the constitution. congress said thank you. there is a fundamental shift in american policing that new yorkers have given them the political cover. pray kelley remains very popular. so they have the political cover to do it. >> host: we have been talking with matt apuzzo come closer prizewinner for investigative reporting. here is his book cowritten with adam >> hall -- a thank you for recovery knowledge. c-span2.
to the fbi so they can follow up on it. missouri,o jerry from a republican caller. caller: good morning. excuse my speech. go ahead with your comment. caller: i am opposed to spying on americans. i just think it is wrong. i don't think there is any good in it, i don't think there is anything that will come out of it -- out of it. garrison new hampshire, republican caller. new hampshire, republican caller. i am opposed to the nsa spying. they should be ashamed of themselves. the department of homeland security, the nsa, they should all be removed. congress gave away our right after 9/11. they gave their rights away to the president. that is our voice, our rights. they need to take that back and rain and the nsa and the government. they are going crazy. john is next, a republican from louisiana. a lot of the nsa spying is due to the technology. it used to be a scanner is all you had. now it is on a global magnitude. what are they intended to target somebody, i believe that comes under the fisa court. to fact they listen something is basically because they can. it would be physically impos
and that has online >>> the biggest immigration find in american history. >> fbi insider john miller is here with us. >> norah and charlie, this is a story we brought a year and a half ago. a whistle-blower told us how a major tech company brought in workers to this company. why it may be a slap on the wrist. >>> superstorm sandy's smallest survivors. newborns carried nine stories after a hospital lost power. our dr. jon lapook is there. >>> plus is google trying to make a splash. the mystery barge some believe it signals an announcement from silicon valley. the news is back here on "cbs this morning." stay tuned for your local news. ♪ the only thing we have to fear is... fear itself. ♪ ♪ [ laughter ] smoke? nah, i'm good. [ male announcer ] celebrate every win with nicoderm cq, the unique patch with time release smartcontrol technology that helps prevent the urge to smoke all day long. help prevent your cravings with nicoderm cq. are you ready grandma? just a second, sweetie. [ female announcer ] we eased your back pain... ♪ ♪ ready or not. [ female announce
this is is better than it was so excuse all the mistakes. >> a former fbi agent, chairman of the house intelligence committee who sides with the obama administration on many issues but not this and going for her jugular. stuart: there i wonder what president obama will say in boston. they are attempting to win the world series. president obama -- all making -- judge napolitano: the most enormous traffic jams in boston history because the president is a riding the day the red sox will win the world series. he will take credit for the world series. stuart: he is going to boston to say romneycare when it was rolled out at the same slow start. charles: 1 make a side trip for a fund-raiser so crisscross town all day and do the romney thing and raise money and go across town again. your point the exchanges in this. is just a symbol for the wheels coming off the card. obamacare is in big trouble. they can't even get a website right it is a symbol for them not being able to get it right. stuart: she has great confidence there will be a fix to the rollout of the web site by november 30th, self-imposed date
. the serviceproud award has been presented to many distinguished law enforcement officials at the fbi, cia, u.s. customs service. the list of prior recipients is in your program and i think you will agree it is an impressive roster of great americans. tonight, as you heard, we honor leon panetta, who has given much of his life to public service and has left an indelible mark in the fight against terrorism and extremism. history will probably remember him as the director of the central intelligence agency who launched a successful operation to bring osama bin laden to justice. as secretary of defense, he kept his commitment to keep america strong while working to end america's involvement in iraq and transition and exit from afghanistan. under his stewardship, cooperation between the united states and israel to face, and challenges, defense it grew to it on presented at -- unprecedented level. leon panetta has been there reaching out to consult with israel on terrorist threats and to ensure israel's military superiority. proud that hisly early fact-finding trips to mission inin adl together wi
to talk, according to the fbi. paul ciancia was wounded in the face by plifs at the end -- police officers at the end of friday's gun battle at lax terminal 3. a note inside paul ciancia's bag gave insight into his graham of mind. >> he made a decision to kill multiple tas employees. he addressed them at one point in the letter stating he wanted to "ipp still fear into their traitorous minds." >> the federal bureau of investigation says paul ciancia shot gerardo i. hernandez at the screening checkpoint, went up the elevator, came down and shot gerardo i. hernandez again, killing hip. his widow spoke to reporters. >> he was a wonderful husband, father, son and friend. he would have been 40 next week. i am truly devastated. we are all heartbroken and will miss him dearly. >> the federal criminal complaints says paul ciancia used a smith and weeson assault rifle, carried five hay capacity magazines and wounded three police officers. >> the federal bureau of investigation will build a full profile of sooeps , and what -- paul ciancia, and what brought hill to this point. he was raised in this
a deputy shot lopez seven times killing him. the fbi is now conducting an independent investigation. >>> whipping winds caused a scene in the bay area from toppling trees and knocking out power to overturning big rigs. the strength of the winds quite evident. at least one truck driver suffered minor injuries. >>> they died down a bit. let's look at the forecast with meteorologist christina loren. good morning. >> good morning, marla. the winds are dropping off. we saw gusts to 75 miles per hour through the altamont pass. this morning we still have pretty strong speeds that will be the case the next few hours. as we progress throughout the day the winds will drop off and the shower chances increase. best chance later today in the south bay and east bay. 63 degrees in concord, 61 san jose, it's going to be cold. then we warm up tuesday into wednesday, upper 60s to low 70s return. here is mike inouye and your drive. >> we have returned to your coliseum. during the 6:00 hour we had a backup and a crash that has cleared. we show you the slowdown that continues as folks head through the a
and questioning them in a traditional law enforcement second. i debate that a little bit. i think the fbi has has success in getting information out of people in the traditional setting. even granting for the moment that maybe there's more information you can get out of the military custody setting, the downside of the perpetual war approach is what is being missed. the fact that our allies, the muslim world, the u.s. citizens get tired of a perpetual war approach. now to the extent and that's why close in guantÁnamo, the other thing i didn't mention, we need to move towards getting rid of indefinite detention, of getting rid of the notion that we in the u.s. and equally amongst all countries have the right to grab anyone in the world and hold them without charge indefinitely. we may have a justification for that. i understand the benefit of it, but the downside in terms of winning the broader ideological war is enormous. you cannot simply be dismissed. as much as i would like -- as much as some people like to live in the world that once we decide some is important to us, everyone else has to fa
senator rand paul, the republican of kentucky, put a hold on the confirmation of james coupmbe as fbi director because he had questions about drones in the u.s. this is something under senate rules he is able to do, is able to stand in the way of all of these confirmation votes. the real question is whether senator reid could get the votes needed to get past it and whether these witnesses that senator graham wants to hear from are going to be produced. >> he said this on "fox and frie friends" yesterday morning, so there's been 20-odd hours or so for people to react to this on capitol hill. >> so far, we haven't heard from senate majority leader harry reid about this. the white house has said this is a political move. they've acknowledged there wasn't enough security in benghazi. the white house arging all along when it comes to these confirmation proess is to allow a vote for these nominees to go forward and not be blocked for political reasons. but the fact of the matter is, senator graham has the power to do this under the rules of the senate. this one senator can stand in the way
meeting. later discussion of the hunt for a mole at the fbi. >>> on the next "washington journal". washington jownl is live every morning starting at 7:00 a.m. on chiropractic span. >>> a couple of live events to tell you about tomorrow morning. the senate homeland security committee exam the shooting at the washington navy yard at 10:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. at 10:15 the senate foreign relations committee look at the syria situation. >>> author and astrophysicist on mesh's call for scientist and engineers. >> as nasa's future goes so too does that of america. if nasa is healthy, then you don't need a program to convince people science and engineering is good to do. they'll see on the paper. they'll be called for engineers to help us go ice fishing where there's an ocean of water liquid for billions of years. we're going dig through the soil of mars and look for life. that would give me the best biologists. all the stem field. science technology, engineering, and math represented in the nasa port follow you. a healthy nasa pokes that. t a fly wheel that society caps for innovat
inside the fbi and then we will we air the farm bill conference committee. >> on the next "washington journal", washington bureau chief david koren talks about the funding and mission and then the legal and affairs domestic policy reporter talks about a recent study that shows the crime in the financial safety net of poor families with children. and then a discussion on politics and campaigns. then lauren williams gives an update on the political battle over women's issues. "washington journal" is live every morning starting at 7:00 a.m. on c-span. >> a couple of live events to tell you about tomorrow morning. the senate homeland security committee examines the shooting of the washington navy yard and that is at 10:00 a.m. eastern. at 10:15 a.m., the senate foreign relations committee looks at the situation in syria. >> i never expected to write an entire book on cancer until i was diagnosed at a relatively young age of 36 years old. and i was astonished at how different it was going through treatment. than what i had heard and what i had expected it to be. and i sort of expected it,
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